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How the 'war on women' is changing -

We do not need this future for our daughters, vote. The dynamic reflects the painstaking efforts among Republicans to avoid the mistakes of 2012. This time around, there aren't any candidates talking about "legitimate rape" or "binders full of women." And the GOP put up strong female candidates in states like Iowa and Michigan, making it harder for Democrats to attack them as opposed to the interests of women.


Florida man demands right to wed computer

Florida man demands right to wed computer - Telegraph...and one of the 2012 Republican candidates was made fun of when he said these types of thing could happen

Pete Souza: photographing the real Barack Obama

Feb 2016 Watching the first lady dance with 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin in the Blue Room of the White House

US election 2012: Republican National Convention in pictures

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Pictures: Window on the World 15th October

Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney picks up a baby as he campaigns at The Golden Lamb restaurant in Lebanon, Ohio, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012.

Best Portraits of 2012

Mitt Romney, 2012 Republican Candidate for President. From <a href=",9171,2122770,00.html">"The Mind of Mitt,"</a> September 3, 2012 issue.

US Election 2012 guide: the debates

US Election 2012 Guide: the debates via [President Barack Obama, left, in Dubuque, Iowa and U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Wolfeboro]


In the 1950s, women could not hold skilled jobs because they could get pregnant at any time, (and be fired for that). Why train someone, or build a team, with that kind of unreliability. Because they could lose their job, they could not get credit in their own name. A man had to co-sign. Women had no resources or place to go if abused - especially since had no way to provide for their kids. They stayed. They were obedient. These are the "family values" they want for us again.